32″ Panasonic TX-32LX75 HD LCD TV | India

Today we are covering an entry LCD TV offering from Panasonic. The model is “TX-32LX75 “. Click on the image below to see the large version.

Panasonic TX-32LX75

Image Courtesy : panasonic.co.in

This 32″ LCD High definition from Panasonic is from a series of products called ” VIERA”.

Some details about the product are as follows:

Screen Size 32″ (80.0 cm) diagonal
Screen Aspect 16 : 9 Wide
Panel WXGA LCD Panel
Progressive Scan Yes
Number of Pixels 1,049,088 (1,366 x 768) pixels

It has HDMI input along with Composite video, S-Video and Component Video. It is not clear whether it has a PC input or not.

Power Supply AC 110 – 240 V, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption (W)
Normal Use 178.0
Standby without DVB Tuner Lock On 0.9

Dimensions with TV stand (mm)
Width 791.0
Height 615.0
Depth 239.0
Dimensions without TV stand (mm)
Width 791.0
Height 563.0
Depth 107.0
Weight with TV stand (kg) 18.0
 

Operating Temperature 0  – 35 degrees C.  

Does this mean that the TV cannot be used in hotter cities of India? Perhaps only Panasonic can give these details to us. But it is certainly worth checking with the showroom people on these details before investing in a huge sum of money.

The indicative cost which we have for this model is Rs. 52,900/- Please note that this is not a final price. The cost can vary from city to city and also the showroom where you purchase it from. You may also get some special details in the shop if you purchase this model. Also, you may have some local taxes, VAT etc. levied.

You may find these links useful:

http://www.panasonic.co.in/web/pid/3809/Spec

http://www.panasonic.co.in/web/Contents/MainCont.asp?ContId=1062&Cat=LCD%20TV

We will cover two more recent models or 32″ televisions from other manufacturers so that you can compare the features and cost aspects. Have a nice weekend.

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